In case you didn’t know, I go to school in the middle of nowhere in upstate New York. What keeps us college students going through the fall are the Cider Mill Donuts. They’re absolutely delicious. Something about fried circles oF dough coated in cinnamon-sugar just warms the soul. So, I decided to make some homemade cider doughnuts when I came home for fall break.
These doughnuts are great because they’re baked, so you don’t have to deal with any of that trouble frying them. You also waste a lot of oil that way, which always kinda annoyed me. Anyways, these are easy! If you don’t have a doughnut pan, you can use a muffin pan too. It will work the same way, just not be the same shape (obviously). The cinnamon-sugar coating really takes the doughnuts to the next level.
On a completely different note, I recently started watching The Mindy Project, and it is amazing. Kudos to my cool sister for telling me like three separate times to watch it. But seriously, I’m that annoying person who constantly raves about their TV show and you just smile and nod but don’t care at all because you’re not at all invested in the show. But you should watch it. I don’t know anyone who wouldn’t like this show. I’m literally watching it right now as I write this post.
Anyways, you should make these donuts. They’re really good, super easy (seriously, they are!), and a great fall-themed dessert/breakfast.
Recipe adapted from Sally’s Baking Addiction